We want McKenzie to experience day camping that includes reading and listening to stories so I was really happy when fellow Mommy Blogger, Lia, told us about 2015 Summer Reading Camp. It will happen on 2 weekends, but the one near our place will happen on the day of the little one's summer ballet recital.
I've seen photos and blogs of what happened last year and I'd like to share details about the event.
On its second year this summer, DIKSYONARYOATBP, a non-proft non-stock non-government organization will stage SUMMER READING CAMP in Manila (May 23) and Quezon City (May 30)!
There will be teepees set-up for the reading camp where kids can participate in any or all of the following:
READING CORNER –read all the books they want from DiksyonaryoAtbp’s mobile library
ART CORNER – unleash their inner artist by engaging in art activities related to stories read to them
STORYTELLING CORNER – listen as children’s stories come alive via The Storytelling Project team
Aside from participating in these events, parents/ children can also avail of books from National Bookstore on site, which they can donate for DiksyonaryoAtbp’s future projects or take home for themselves.
This event aims to rekindle and encourage a genuine love for reading in Filipino children, by spending one whole day doing reading related activities, ALL FOR FREE.
To register your child, please visit: http://projectdiksyonaryo.com/camp-registration/.
The event is in partnership with The Storytelling Project, Pottly and Tubby, CanvasPH, National Bookstore and Mcdonalds.
For more inquiries, text them at 0917-5361783 or tweet them @diksyonaryoatbp.
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